Iraq Attacks Recall Nazi 'Werewolves' In the last months of World War II, the defeated Nazis formed a resistance group that continued to harrass allied occupying powers in postwar Germany. Are there any parallels between the Nazi Werewolves, as they were called, and opposition forces in Iraq? Hear NPR's Scott Simon and historian Norman Moss.
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Iraq Attacks Recall Nazi 'Werewolves'

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Iraq Attacks Recall Nazi 'Werewolves'

Iraq Attacks Recall Nazi 'Werewolves'

Iraq Attacks Recall Nazi 'Werewolves'

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In the last months of World War II, the defeated Nazis formed a resistance group that continued to harrass allied occupying powers in postwar Germany. Are there any parallels between the Nazi Werewolves, as they were called, and opposition forces in Iraq? Hear NPR's Scott Simon and historian Norman Moss.